Stephen Hawking Cambridge Tribute

Watch This Moving Tribute To Stephen Hawking From Cambridge University And Try Not To Tear Up

World-renowned theoretical physicist Professor Stephen Hawking passed away on March 14, 2018. In this touching montage set to the soundtrack of Hawking’s 75th birthday celebration speech, Cambridge University bids farewell to their longtime colleague. Professor Stephen Hawking 1942 – 2018 CHECK OUT OUR ARCHIVES FOR MORE ODD NEWS STORIES AND FOLLOW ODDEE ON FACEBOOK and …

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If You Weren’t Bummed Out Enough About Toys ‘R’ Us Closing, This Song Will Really Crush Your Soul

Toys ‘R’ Us is closing all 800 of its US store and UK locations. People are freaking out, and not just the employees. Going to Toys R’ Us was a massive part of millions of childhoods. Even the iconic Toys ‘R’ Us jingle brings back memories of toy shopping and toys long gone. Chase Holfelder, …

History Of Metal

An Animated And Entertaining Short Covering The History Of Heavy Metal

Fresh off tackling Goth, Pitchfork presents this educational and animated history of heavy metal. Learn about the foundations of heavy metal music and how the genre has evolved over the decades. “Today, metal comes in many, many forms, but the hierarchy of the genre is constantly up for debate. One thing is certain, though–Sabbath f*cking …

garbage pail kid cake

This Garbage Pail Kids Cake Speaks To Your Inner Kid Because It’s Awesome Yet Gross

Cake artist Natalie Sideserf of Sideserf Cake Studio in Austin, Texas created this mind-blowing cake to look like the classic Garbage Pail Kids character, Adam Bomb. It’s amazing. But how does it taste? Dare we say…it’s the bomb? Garbage Pail Kids Cake Do you have a fascinating job or hobby? We want to hear about. …

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21 Odd But Famous Tourist Attractions From Movies And TV

Light! Camera! Visitation! Iconic TV shows and movies hold a special place in our hearts and the pop culture zeitgeist, for many reasons: characters, story, dialogue. Whatever the connection with audiences, we often develop an attachment, causing us to yearn to soak in everything about the project. Sure, we can watch reruns or crank up …